Even though all smartphones are equipped with pre-installed mobile browsers that help users surf the web, this doesn’t necessarily mean that there aren’t any other better alternatives. Just take Mint Browser for example! This is a lightweight mobile browser that weighs in at less than 10MB. The small size makes Mint Browser the perfect mobile browser for older or entry-level smartphones that do not support microSD cards.
Although, you shouldn’t be fooled by the small size of Mint Browser and think that it doesn’t offer premium user experiences or access to useful features, quite the opposite. Mint Browser is bundled with a plethora of features such as the ability to download online videos and block ads.
However, the lightweight size is not what makes Mint Browser one of the world’s best mobile browsers. Mint Browser is updated on a regular basis with improvements and a new update has just been released.
Mint Browser 3.3.1 Update
Despite being a lightweight mobile browser that weighs in at less than 10MB, Mint Browser still benefits from full-fledged developer support. This means that the mobile browser is updated on a regular basis with software improvements, bug fixes and sometimes, even new features. This is exactly what we can expect from the latest 3.3.1 update that is rolling out via OTA (over the air) channels right now.
Translate Web Pages
The developers who are in charge of Mint Browser have announced in the patch notes that after installing the new update, users will be able to translate web pages into their preferred language. This is a super useful feature that is going to make it much easier for users to research important information, even though it may be available in a different language.
Another important thing that we want to highlight about the new update is that Mint Browser’s developers have also introduced a handful of bug fixes that are tackling various software issues.